The Carolina Hurricanes took Sport 2 of their first-round playoff sequence towards the New York Islanders on Wednesday, however not and not using a price.
After the Hurricanes’ thrilling 4-3 time beyond regulation victory, head coach Rod Brind’Amour revealed that ahead Teuvo Teravainen suffered a damaged hand, which would require surgical procedure, placing him out for the remainder of the sequence and presumably past.
Brind’Amour advised reporters he was “slightly p–sed” in regards to the incident.
“The man completely tomahawk chops him,” Brind’Amour stated, through Kate Rogerson of ABC North Carolina. “And I do know we had all the ability performs, so you are not going to make it a five-on-three. Go check out the video. And he is out for the sequence.”
The harm occurred 4:25 into the opening interval when J.G. Pageau of the Islanders slashed Teravainen within the hand after a shot try a step contained in the circle. In a sport that featured solely six power-play alternatives, all earned by Carolina, Pageau wasn’t assessed a penalty on the play.